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Daniella Shear

2017-2018 Rising Voices Fellow Daniella Shear
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Daniella Shear, 2017-2018 Rising Voices Fellow

Daniella Shear is a junior at Winchester Thurston School in Pittsburgh, PA. She is an active congregant at her synagogue, a leader of book club, and a member of the World Affairs Club at school. She also plays basketball and tennis, and participates in the school's theater and choral programs. Daniella enjoys reading, spending time outdoors, doing arts and crafts projects, and playing mahjong.

Blog posts

Rising Voices Fellow Daniella Shear in Fourth Grade

An Open Letter to Phyllis Lambert

I have wanted to be an architect for as long as I can remember. What started as pretending that my doll and I were real estate agents and playing with Legos and other types of blocks (I had them all), turned into a dream for my future. I don’t know when I started saying that I wanted to be an architect; what I do know is that I’m still saying it today. 

Rising Voices Fellow Daniella Shear in Tel Aviv

What I Would Have Said

This past summer I went to Israel for three weeks on a teen trip with my summer camp: a rite of passage for Jewish teens. It was my second time visiting Israel; I had previously been with my family. 

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Daniella Shear." (Viewed on December 14, 2017) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/daniella-shear>.

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